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Today’s Items:

Russia Sending Warships To Syria

Despite Hillary Clinton’s warning, Russia has sent a destroyer-class warship, carrying marines, to Syria.   Russia has been one of Syria’s few remaining allies in the world as the U.S. led coalition continues its war of terror on the Mideast.   Things are getting more interesting folks.

Corn Prices To Increase

Corn prices are jumping after the USDA cut corn yield by 20 bushels to 146 bushels per acre.   This 12% cut is due to the heatwave and drought conditions that are the worst since 1988.   Corn, used in 95% of all foods and feed for animals for meat only mean one thing.   As corn goes up, so will your grocery bill; therefore, panic now and avoid the rush and get your food supply in order.

The Other Foreclosure Crisis

People are losing their homes over unpaid tax bills that, in some cases, add up to just a few hundred dollars.   Because they are on a fixed income, the elderly are particularly vulnerable to property tax delinquencies.   While many people are able to pay off their debts and reclaim their homes, a growing number of people are becoming vulnerable to tax lien foreclosures.

Obama’s Legacy

Obamacare may be destroyed; however, Obama has found his niche in history.   As in Germany in the thirties, Barack Obama has mandated that all healthcare plans must offer free sterilizations to all women, but not men, capable of breeding.   This sterilization mandate will define Obama as a man, a president and a historical figure.

Small Business Confidence Plunges Most In 24 Months

Small Business Confidence has just plunged by its largest percentage in 24 months to its lowest level since October 2011.   The sad reality is that small business, that is the main engine of economic growth and job creation, is rolling over.   In an environment that is openly hostile to small business, is anyone surprised?

San Bernardino Seeks Bankruptcy Protection

With years in the making, San Bernardino, facing the possibility of not being able to cover payroll for the summer, becomes California’s third city in less than a month to authorize a bankruptcy filing.   The city faces a $46 million deficit and there will be “draconian cuts” to all city services, including the police and fire departments.   Now for a state that is doing better economically…

Texas Is America’s Top State for Business 2012

From categories like “Cost of doing Business”, “Quality of Life”, to “Access to Capital”, Texas is once again America’s top state for business.   All this, despite having Rick Perry as governor.   Texas and Virginia have traded places each year in first and second place until 2012 when Utah took second place.

Finally, Please prepare now for the escalating economic and social unrest. Good Day

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